Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Gathering to hear Dr. E. F. Campbell at religious meeting • Fogel prize offered for winning essay on Pennsylvania Germans • President announces lease of building for housing 100 veterans • Temple president to deliver address at commencement exercises on July 1: A. M. Billman, D. D., to preach baccalaureate sermon, June 30 • Franklin I. Sheeder to speak at F. and M. baccalaureate service • Cabinet appointed for 1946-47 term by YWCA president • Frosh transform gym into tropical paradise • The Weekly presents newly elected leaders on campus • Ruby staff issues last call for purchase of yearbook at $4.50 • Rosicrucians honor members; elect Janice Wenkenbach head • Miss Peedee Q faces room drawing problem • Eight errors give F. and M. 14-5 victory over Ursinus nine in final home game • N. Bramall demonstrates tennis techniques to physical education club members • First deck leads intramural league with five victories • WAA to hold banquet Thursday; awards, letters to be presented • WAA council names managers for next year's varsity teams • G. Kennedy reigns in men's version of "The Candy Shop" • Nellie Bly seeks home-coming joys
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Rathgeb, Jane; Haller, Virginia; Morss, Dwight; Schoeppe, Carol; Twining, Nancy; Brusch, Jane E.; and Wilmot, Joan, "The Ursinus Weekly, June 3, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 681.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 22.
Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.